Speaking of a competitive game like Valorant, your performance from each match does count. I mean, if you are a regular comp player, then you might already know the importance of each Rank. As of now, there are 9 separate Ranks that go by Iron, Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum, Diamond, Ascendant, Immortal, and Radiant. All of these Ranks have further 3 sub-ranks like Iron 1, Iron 2, and Iron 3 except for Radiant. Lacs and lacs of players are struggling to level up their Ranks every single day. In such cases, how would one know about the number of players they are competing with? Well, don’t worry, as this guide got you covered. Read till the end to know the Valorant Rank Distribution in detail.
Valorant Rank Distribution – Top % of Players
Here is a table-wise distribution of Ranks that shows the percentage of players in each Rank:
|Ranks||Players (%)||Top (%)|
- Valorant Rank Distribution:
- Iron – 6.8%
- Bronze – 17%
- Silver – 21.9%
- Gold – 20.8%
- Platinum – 16.3%
- Diamond – 10.6%
- Ascendant – 4.9%
- Immortal – 1.2%
- Radiant – 0.03%
Referring to the table above, you can see that there are 0.5% of players on Iron 1, 1.8% of players on Iron 2, and so on. Further, the third row shows the number of players in the top percentages. For example, if you are on Diamond 1 Rank, then you are among the Top 16.7% of Valorant players.
The above data was calculated by Esports Tales for Episode 5 (November 2022). However, the difference between the Rank Distribution in Valorant from November 2022 till now shouldn’t be wider.
Moreover, If you are interested in CSGO Ranks as well, then you should check out our other guide where we have compared both CSGO and Valorant Rankings with one another.
That covers everything on the Rank Distribution in Valorant in detail. While you are here, make sure to check out our other Valorant Guides on Gamer Tweak.